Great characters in this epic miniseries with veteran actor Toshiro Mifune. Long before Last Samurai, there was this James Clavell story of a European sailor learning the customs of Japan, and the code of Bushido.
Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles as Sam and Dean Winchester
The famous pairing of Sam and Dean Winchester. The show does a good job of accentuating the differences of the two brothers, while they struggle to survive against just about every supernatural creature ever conceived of.
Patrick Macnee and Diana Rigg as John Steed and Emma Peel
My favorite pairing of stars on 'The Avengers.' Diana Rigg is a very talented actress, and did much with her role, despite the best bits of dialogue being given to the John Steed character. Another childhood favorite show.
Earlier episodes of the show also featured Honor Blackman opposite Patrick Macnee. That makes two women from the same show to appear in Bond films. Patrick Macnee himself appeared in View to a Kill with Roger Moore.
Adam West and Burt Ward as Batman and Robin
One of 'The' Dynamic Duos of all time. The Batman character is timeless. That has been proven through the fact that Batman movies and their associated characters are still showing up in movies today.
William Daniels as K.I.T.T. and David Hasselhoff as Michael Knight
This was a show that came by at the right time. The early eighties were ready for cool talking cars and David Hasselhoff's scoundrel charm.
Helen Hunt and Paul Reiser as Jamie Buchman and Paul Buchman
Paul Reiser created and co-wrote this show about married life. It was a well written and enjoyable show. Helen Hunt and Paul Reiser had great chemistry, and they were supported by a good ensemble cast.
Cindy Williams and Penny Marhsall as Shirley and Laverne
Laverne and Shirley are a couple of single girls trying to make it through their workaday lives, helping each other along the way... Wait a minute, isn't that the same plot as 'Two Broke Girls'? This show came out 35+ years ago, but it looks like the premise is still pretty useful.